Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola apologises to Kalvin Phillips for saying he was 'overweight'

Pep Guardiola has apologised to Kalvin Phillips for saying the player was overweight on his return from the Qatar World Cup.

Baby's birth certificate 'had Israel scribbled out' after being sent off for passport application

The Home Office is launching an investigation after a baby's birth certificate was returned to her parents "with the word Israel scribbled out".

Roy Hodgson steps down as Crystal Palace manager as Oliver Glasner named as replacement

Roy Hodgson has resigned as Crystal Palace manager days after falling ill at the club's training ground and has been replaced by Oliver Glasner.

First images of children found dead at home in Bristol

The first pictures of children found dead in what police have described as a "deeply distressing" incident at a home in Bristol have emerged.

Former minister Tobias Ellwood calls for new legislation to stop protesters visiting MPs' houses

An MP has called for new legislation to stop protesters visiting MPs' houses following reports that Just Stop Oil plans to occupy politicians' homes…

East Kilbride man banned from keeping ferrets and snakes after pets seized from fly-infested home

A man who kept his pets in a filthy and fly-infested property has been banned from owning ferrets and snakes for five years.

Mum who completed World's Toughest Row race across Atlantic Ocean now planning West Highland Way walk…

A mum-of-two who has just completed a solo row across the Atlantic Ocean is already planning another adventure - but this time she's staying on dry…

Alleged fentanyl killer was 'weird' and 'visited victims' home every day', court hears

A man accused of murdering a married couple with fentanyl was "weird" and visited their Essex home every day, their daughter has told a court.

Khairi Saadallah: MI5 'triaged' terrorist four times but Reading stabbings could not have been stopped,…

MI5 "triaged" a violent offender four times before he carried out a terrorist knife attack and killed three men in a park in Reading, an inquest has…

Palace of Holyroodhouse: Food activists from This Is Rigged occupy royal dining room in Edinburgh

Activists demanding lower food prices have occupied the royal dining room at the Palace of Holyroodhouse as part of their ongoing campaign.

Christmas 'party planner' drug dealer becomes first to be jailed for possession of laughing gas canisters

A drug dealer who was caught with party bags containing canisters of laughing gas has become the first person to be jailed for possession of the class…

'Large bulldog-type' dog shot dead by police after attacking Collie in East Kilbride

A teenager will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal after armed police shot dead a "dangerously out of control" bulldog-type dog that attacked a Collie.

Brunell: Isle of Skye's lost village unveiled after tree-felling operation in Glen Brittle

The ruins of a lost village, dating back to the 17th or 18th century, have been unveiled following a special forestry operation on the Isle of Skye.

Best restaurants for cheap meals in the UK - as chosen by Michelin chefs

Throughout 2024 we're asking Michelin-starred chefs to pick their favourite cheap eats - a meal for two for less than £40 - in their part of the…

Constance Marten and Mark Gordon trial: Aristocrat 'debated' whether to cremate baby girl with petroleum,…

Wealthy aristocrat Constance Marten told police she "debated" whether to cremate her baby girl with a "bottle of petroleum", a court has heard.